The Indiana ten (10) day notice to pay or quit is letter used by a landlord to notify tenants that they have violated their rental agreement by failing to pay rent. The landlord can serve the tenant with notice immediately after they refuse or neglect to pay by the designated due date. After the letter is served, the tenant has ten (10) days to comply; they must either vacate the property or pay the total sum due. If the tenant has neither paid rent or vacated the premises after the ten (10) day period expires, the landlord can file an eviction lawsuit with a small claims court in the county where the property is located.
Laws – § 32-31-1-6